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The many layers of Mitsotakis authoritarianism The many layers of Mitsotakis authoritarianism
by Thanos Kalamidas
2021-01-23 10:58:53
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The father, Konstantinos Mitsotakis, betrayed democracy and paved the way for a military coup and a dictatorship that lasted seven years and nearly destroyed Greece, imprisoning, torturing and murdering hundreds of thousands Greeks. The son, Kyriakos ‘Koulis’ Mitsotakis, daily murders democracy establishing as Greece’s Prime Minister, an authoritarian police-state with the help of a gang of far-right, pro-dictatorship, populists and corrupted politicians in ministerial positions, bribed journalists and controlled media.

prik00001_400His latest achievements include the creation of an in-universities police-force with main function to nark anti-government and left-wing students while controlling freedom of speech and expression inside the universities and a law that demands …police approval behind any kind of demonstration especially the ...anti-Koulis ones and will limit journalist from accessing an event according to the instructions the presented police will give. In plain words, no anti-government demonstrations, control information and make sure nobody photographs police brutality.

In the meantime the Greek National Health Services (ESY) lacks state help, budget, doctors, nurses, beds, basic materials; literally everything. Actually Kyriakos ‘Koulis’ Mitsotakis after savvier cuts into the annual budget for ESY made sure that public health requests were led to the private sector and to privateers most of the time incapable to deal with a plain influenza not a pandemic that has already cost 5.500 lives at the moment!

Just like in most EU countries the vaccines arrived in Greece as and of course hospitals started vaccinating but not alike the other EU countries. In Greece ministers, their wives, their families, their friends, their mistresses, their cronies made sure that they got their prick and for the rest … god is merciful and 2022 is just a year away. If they are lucky.

That’s for the elder because for the younger Greeks, Kyriakos ‘Koulis’ Mitsotakis has other plans. Degrading to rubbish public education and intentionally promoting to the point of actually funding and helping private education Kyriakos ‘Koulis’ Mitsotakis has turned education from everybody’s right to a privilege for the few with money. No surprise there since he himself never appreciated the right of public education but enjoyed the privilege of buying his way through private institutions.

In fact it is these private institutions that have inspired and blueprint his changes into public education, including the in-universities police force that will “control” students’ freedom of expression.

With unemployment officially reaching 17.2% and almost seven (7) in every ten (10) Greeks in a dire financial situation, (according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) the only ones who seem to doing alright are yesterdays’ rich who have become richer especially if they are favourable donors of the ruling party, the ministers and the prime minister himself.

A country that barely survived a decade ago a total catastrophe doomed to fall into the hands of a second generation authoritarian corrupted populist like Mitsotakis and his gang.

* Photo, the Greek PM in a PR stand for a Kardashian-style prick phtoshooting.


        
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